There have been many previous attempts to get one of these to happen, some successful, some not so much but………
We all agree that everything from top to bottom is rotten at this club. Massive changes need to be made in every single department.
It’s become so apparent in the last 11 months, that even the once well thought of Graham Carr is getting a mass amount of stick (deservedly so).
So if we all agree that everything is rotten, why don’t we work together in making a change? The Toon Army keeps splitting into two at the moment…the ‘I’m not going’ and the ‘support the team not the regime’.
That split is working only for Ashley, we have to unite to work together to turn our club around. Even though I am writing this, I am sick of seeing about seven different ways of driving Ashley out and reading other people’s ideas of doing it.
I am 99.9% certain that one game is all it’s going to take to really get attention and action. Therefore I am asking the question:- if you are thinking of going to the Newcastle v Liverpool game this weekend, why?
Do you think you will see anything different to the last 11 months against a rejuvenated Liverpool? Why put yourself through 90 minutes of torture to boo again at the final whistle? If Palace scored five we could seriously be looking at a cricket score.
I don’t say this flippantly, as even thought this club is on its knees (maybe even lower) it pains me to stay away, as I am sure it is for you, ‘fellow hardened supporters’ as well.
The game is on television, watch it at home or in your local but not in the stadium please. I can’t make you, obviously, but weigh up what going to and not going to it would mean if we all didn’t turn up.
For that one game, that I can almost guarantee we will lose, the positives of a mass no-show will be like we have got 3 points.
Come on people, let’s wake up from this zombie-like state and return this club to something we look forward to on a Saturday/Sunday/whenever and not dread – 90 minutes of not going could change this club for generations to come.
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